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pulmonary

1. of, or relating to or affecting the lungs
2. having lungs or lunglike organs
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The occurrence of pulmonary hypoplasia and arthrogryposis was most likely a part of fetal akinesia deformation sequence, resulting primarily from central nervous system damage (14).
Autopsy examination revealed pulmonary hypoplasia and hypoplastic skull bones with wide sutures.
The findings in 6 of the cases of fetal malformations, which included variable findings of limb malformations and arthrogryposis with multiple congenital contractures, craniofacial malformations, craniosynostosis, intrauterine growth restriction, and pulmonary hypoplasia, are likely not due to the direct cytopathic effects of the Zika virus.
of Cases B/L pulmonary hypoplasia 4 Anencephaly 1 Foetal asphyxia 9 Pulmonary haemorrhage 3 Meconium aspiration 4 Features of TORCH infection 2 Congenital malformation (Potter's) 1 Amniotic fluid aspiration 1 B/L bronchopneumonia 2 Graph 1: Socioeconomic Status and IUD class 2 1% class 3 15% class 4 54% class 5 30% Note: Table made from pie chart.
These patients may present recurrent respiratory infections and respiratory failure, depending on the degree of pulmonary hypoplasia.
Fetal outcome in 27 cases of preterm premature rupture of membrane revealed prematurity in 5% cases fetal distress in 4% cases cord compression in 5% cases necrotizing enterocolitis in 2% cases hypoxia in 9% cases and pulmonary hypoplasia in 2% cases.
6) reported a rare association of left renal agenesis and left pulmonary hypoplasia in a 46-year-old woman.
It can lead to deformation syndromes such as cranial, facial or skeletal abnormalities, pulmonary hypoplasia, urinary tract malformations, intrauterine growth retardation and adverse perinatal outcome.
The finding of an elevated risk of RSV hospitalization among children with malformations of the urinary system might be explained as follows: Lower urinary tract obstruction results in oligohydramnios, in turn resulting in pulmonary hypoplasia, Dr.
The impairment in renal function leads to oligohydramnios leading to pulmonary hypoplasia, club foot and Potter's facies.
Pulmonary hypoplasia caused by oligohydramnios is the most common cause of death in the first few hours after birth, while renal dysplasia, which is a consequence of the high urinary tract pressures, results in irreversible chronic renal failure.
Other chromosome abnormalities and pulmonary hypoplasia are also associated with these defects.

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